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Egypt’s Judiciary, Coopted

When Egyptian courts sentenced over 1,000 defendants to death in the spring of 2014,  and when former President Hosni Mubarak was months earlier acquittedof human rights violations despite decades of documented torture, serious questions about the independence of the judiciary arose. Of all institutions, Egypt’s judiciary was believed to be the least likely to …